ECTI TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYVolume 12, No. 02, Month NOVEMBER, Year 2018, Pages 140 - 152
An ontology to integrate multiple knowledge domains of training-dietary-competition in weightlifting: a nutritional approach
Piyaporn Tumnark, Paulo Cardoso, Jorge Cabral, Filipe Conceicao
Abstract Download PDFThis study is a part of weightlifting “Training- Dietary-Competition” (TDC) cycle ontology. The main objective of TDC-cycle is to build a knowledge
framework for Olympic weightlifting, bringing together related fields such as training methodology, weightlifting biomechanics, and nutrition while modelling the synergy among them. In so doing, terminology, semantics, and used concepts are unified among athletes, coaches, nutritionists, and researchers to partially obviate the problem of unclear results and paucity of information. The uniqueness of this ontology is its ability to solve the knowledge sharing problem in which the knowledge owned by these experts
in each field are not captures, classified or integrated into an information system for decision-making. The whole weightlifting TDC-cycle is semantically modelled by conceiving, designing, and integrating domain and task ontologies with the latter devising reasoning capability toward an automated and tailored weightlifting TDC-cycle.Etc...
Ontology, Semantic, Nutrition, Weightlifting